Morvern Wildlife & photography

Explore a truly wild part of Scotland with a staggering array of wildlife
Morvern Explore
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The Morvern trip is a 1-7 day exploration of an amazing part of the world. We make sure you get the most out of this beautiful, unspoilt wilderness.

We build every trip around the client and can easily focus on particular species you want to see and skills you want to develop. Morvern trips can be drive based, or involve small or significant hikes depending on what you want to do and see.

We regularly see Golden eagle, White tailed eagle, Otter, Pine martens, Black throated diver, Red throated diver, Merganza, Peregrine falcon, Merlin, Buzzard, Raven and countless other species

Other species we can look for include Bullfinch, Goldcrest, Sedge Warbler, Marsh Warbler, Siskin and countless other species. It is also possible, but unlikely to see Corncrake & Scottish Wildcat (though this involves significant hiking!)

Cost: £150/person per day. Discounts available for couples and groups, just ask. Please enquire for packages including accomodation.

... We regularly see otters on our trips out

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Sample itinerary
  • Meet at Lochaline Hotel and discuss the day
  • Head to first destination with briefing on the way
  • Target species 1 photos followed by review
  • Discussion captures after loading onto laptop
  • Destination 2 with photos and review
  • Usually 4-10 spots per day + walking time
More about Morvern
Despite being one of the most sparsely populated parts of the UK, there have been people on Morvern since Neolithic times, with numerous cairns and standing stones dotted around. Lochaline was the site of one of the very first churches in Scotland, with St. Columba establishing a church in the late 6th Century after working on Iona. Morvern has huge tracks of land with no population at all and this enables the wildlife to thrive. One of the most exciting recent developments is the reestablishing of Altantic rainforest along the River Aline catchment, with a large area being given to habitat restoration. Another is the native oyster project led by Caolas, which aims to rebuild the native oyster population in Loch Aline that is so important in supporting the rich biodiversity. For more information on any of these, please contact us.